Wolverine Confidential podcast: How Michigan dominated Ohio State, and what’s next
The Wolverines dominated Ohio State 42-27 on Saturday at Michigan Stadium. The Wolverine Confidential crew discuses what Michigan did to pull off the upset -- which really didn’t look like an upset at all. + The postgame mayhemPlus, a brief discussion about Michigan’s Big Ten championship with Iowa and a potential College Football Playoff invitation. 97Big Ten championship game sold out; Michigan, Iowa fans must pay up on secondary marketMichigan’s stunning win reignites rivalry with Ohio StateIowa’s Kirk Ferentz applauds Michigan for sticking with Jim HarbaughBeating Ohio State checks off one goal for Michigan football, but it still wants goldJim Harbaugh: Aidan Hutchinson should go No. 1 in NFL draftFor the first time in forever, Ohio State feels pain of a Michigan loss: ‘It’s a failure’mlive.com
How to watch Michigan vs. Ohio State: TV channel, kickoff time, live stream
Michigan has lost eight straight games against Ohio State and 15 of the last 16. Ohio State won 56-27 in Ann Arbor in 2019 and 62-39 the year before that. The Buckeyes are coming off a 56-7 home win over Michigan State. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes (10-1, 8-0) at No. Play keep awayMichigan’s biggest challenge vs. Ohio State?mlive.com
Wolverine Confidential podcast: Michigan visits Maryland, OSU on deck; hoops and hockey talk
The Wolverine Confidential crew devotes some time to the Buckeyes, what with The Game on deck. But first, the Michigan football team must travel to face a dangerous -- at least offensively -- Maryland team. The football talk is bookended by hoops and hockey. What went wrong for the Wolverines down the stretch? We close the episode by discussing the Michigan hockey team, which recently recaptured its No.mlive.com
How to Watch “The Game” revival series premiere
Get sucked into the world of pro football in The Game, now streaming on Paramount+. By examining fame, fighting for respect, and grappling with fortune, those playing The Game are in for a series of exciting, thought-provoking episodes. “The wives and girlfriends of pro football players sharpen their power playing skills to get the best agents, endorsements, and merchandising for their partners. Not to mention the groupies and ‘image consultants’... it’s all in a day’s work on The Game.” -Paramount+Where to watchStarting today, November 11th, watch The Game on Paramount+ (try it free). The team will fight for fame, fortune, respect and love as they each play THE GAME.” -Paramount+ YouTubemlive.com
Popular Michigan sports-radio talk shows find new home
A pair of popular Michigan sports-talk radio shows are on the move. “It’s good for all the listeners in West Michigan, our marketing partners based in West Michigan, the local charitable organizations we support and the community. Anthony also is the voice for the University of Michigan sports department and the Detroit Lions. “We have had respect for Bill and the outstanding work he does on the Huge show for a long time,” Feagan said. “It is great that we now work together and deliver these shows to an even greater audience in West Michigan.”mlive.com
Kickoff time, TV network set for Michigan-Ohio State football game
The Michigan-Ohio State football game scheduled for Nov. 27 in Ann Arbor has been assigned a noon ET kickoff slot and will be televised by FOX, the network announced Friday. OHIO STATE. 🔥 pic.twitter.com/Xd1IoNsMoe — FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) May 14, 2021It is the first Michigan game for the 2021 season to be assigned a kickoff time and TV network. ET kickoff for Michigan-Ohio State is one that’s become tradition. ET kickoff.mlive.com
Overstimulated? Stocks soar 75% in historic 12-month run
A year earlier, a terrifying free fall for the stock market suddenly ended, ushering in one of its greatest runs. It all led to a 76.1% surge for the S&P 500 and a shocking return to record heights. This run looks to be one of the, if not the, best 365-day stretches for the S&P 500 since before World War II. Only a little more than half of all U.S. households owned stocks in 2019, whether by day-trading stocks or holding an S&P 500 index fund in a 401(k) account. A handful of stocks within the S&P 500 are actually lower, headlined by Gilead Sciences, which is down 9.8%.
Overstimulated? Stocks soar 75% in historic 12-month run
A year earlier, a terrifying free fall for the stock market suddenly ended, ushering in one of its greatest runs. It all led to a )76.1% surge for the S&P 500 and a shocking return to record heights. This run looks to be one of, if not the, best 365-day stretches for the S&P 500 since before World War II. Only a little more than half of all U.S. households owned stocks in 2019, whether by day-trading stocks or holding an S&P 500 index fund in a 401(k) account. A handful of stocks within the S&P 500 are actually lower, headlined by Gilead Sciences, which is down 9.8%.
Picking the bracket: The Big Ten will feel right at home
Second round winners: Michigan, Florida State, Texas, Alabama. On to the upsets ...First round winners: Baylor, North Carolina, Winthrop, Purdue, Texas Tech, Colgate, Virginia Tech, Ohio State. AdFirst round winners: Gonzaga, Missouri, UCSB, Virginia, USC, Kansas, VCU, Iowa. Second round winners: Gonzaga, Virginia, USC, Iowa. The Big Ten tournament gets replaced by a Final Four in the heart of Big Ten country.
Leonard, Clippers pull away from Knicks for 129-115 win
(Brad Penner/Pool Photo via AP)NEW YORK – Kawhi Leonard scored 28 points and the Los Angeles Clippers rang up the highest point total of the season against the NBA's leading defense, beating the New York Knicks 129-115 on Sunday for their 10th win in 11 games. The Clippers shredded the NBA leaders in fewest points per game allowed to break away after leading by one after two quarters. Los Angeles came back from the locker room with seven straight points and didn't slow down the rest of the third quarter. Leonard and Jackson each scored 10 points in the period, when the Clippers made five 3-pointers and scored 35 points, taking a 101-91 lead to the fourth. Knicks: Reggie Bullock, who missed the last three games with a sore neck, returned to the starting lineup and scored eight points.
Michigan, Ohio State won’t play football for first time since 1917
That means 2020 is the first year in more than 100 years since the University of Michigan and the Ohio State University haven’t met for a football game. This is the second straight football game Michigan has had to cancel due to the pandemic. The Ohio State Buckeyes (5-0) just enjoyed a nice demolition of that other Michigan team in East Lansing. The Buckeyes handled Michigan State on Saturday, 52-12. This was after Ohio State was forced to cancel its game the week before against Illinois due to positive virus tests.
Michigan cancels Ohio State showdown, citing COVID-19 cases
Michigan canceled its annual rivalry game at Ohio State on Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2020, because of the COVID-19 outbreak within the Wolverines football program. “Our players, they want to play,” Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said. “The Michigan-Ohio State rivalry is one of the most important rivalries in all of sports,” the Big Ten said in a statement. He also said if Ohio State does not play for the conference championship, it would be “great” to play the rivalry game against Michigan on Dec. 19. Ohio State guard Wyatt Davis said the team works all year with the goal of beating Michigan.
No. 3 Buckeyes await word on 'The Game' with plenty at stake
3 Ohio State banked some style points during its rout of Michigan State, but the next step toward any kind of championship for the Buckeyes this season could be out of their control. Ohio State has had its own problems with the coronavirus. Among those taken out of action was coach Ryan Day, who had to stay home and watch the Michigan State game on TV. So would another loss to the Buckeyes, who have won the rivalry game in each of Harbaugh's first five years at Michigan. Day said he was proud of how the Buckeyes moved past the rough, uncertain week to dominate Michigan State.
Voit, Torres homer as Yankees beat Rays 5-1 to force Game 5
New York Yankees' Luke Voit, right, celebrates with Gleyber Torres (25) after Voit hit a solo home run against the Tampa Bay Rays during the second inning in Game 4 of a baseball American League Division Series against the Tampa Bay Rays, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020, in San Diego. Asked the Yankees mentality for Game 5, Voit said, “We're going to win it." It's a rematch of last year’s ALDS Game 5 between Houston and Tampa Bay. “We've seen him," Tampa Bay manager Kevin Cash said. Tampa Bay loaded the bases in the third but got just one run, on Brandon Lowe’s fielder’s choice.
ViacomCBS to rebrand CBS All Access as Paramount Plus
NEW YORK – ViacomCBS will rebrand its CBS All Access streaming service as Paramount Plus, set to debut early next year with new, original shows. The new service will add shows from BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, other Paramount Pictures and ViacomCBS brands, in addition to what CBS All Access already offers. CBS was one of the first media companies to launch its own streaming service. Paramount Plus enters an increasingly crowded field. Disney last year launched its $7-a-month Disney Plus service.
Harvard-Yale game delayed by student protest; 20-30 arrested
Most walked off after about an hour with a police escort; about 20-30 who remained were arrested. Between 20 and 30 people were arrested, released and given a court date, protest organizers said. Harvard coach Tim Murphy was given an update from the game officials and public safety officers as the protest continued. After about an hour, police formed a line and moved forward, from the Yale sideline toward the Harvard sideline. "It's what makes Yale Yale," Reno said.chicagotribune.com